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Princess menus leaning to local tastes

It’s only one ship and it’s only one region but, according to Princess Cruises, the debut of more dishes germaine to the area where the ships are cruising is a good start. 145 more words

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WOW! Will return re-positioning cruise be a match?

Given the low price package some agents had available to sail next month on the Oosterdam to Sydney, treat this as an alert as to what could happen next year. 146 more words

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New twists in the battle of Venice

For years in Venice, there has been a small but vocal group that wants to keep large ships out of St. Mark’s Basin and the Giudecca Canal which, in effect, brought them close to the city’s shore. 258 more words

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Freighter cruises long...and unique

It’s not the Queen Mary 2 but they sail the same route across the Atlantic. You won’t have a crowded pool, major production shows or a casino. 634 more words

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Princess catering to confessed chocoholics

Princess Cruises have gone nuts for chocolate…and after conducting a national survey the cruise line believes its passengers have, too.

The survey was done by… 366 more words

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Duchess of Richmond’s 1939 Pacific Cruise Re-visited

Seventy-five years ago this week, Canadian Pacific’s 20,022-ton Duchess of Richmond was steaming north from Balboa towards Los Angeles in the course of a 68-day “all in one” 1939 summer cruise that had sailed from Montreal on Dominion Day, July 1, and New York on July 6 for California, … 697 more words

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Three ships on seven continents for Seabourn

Seabourn, the luxury cruise line based in Seattle, rolled out its schedule for autumn 2015 and winter/spring 2016 and it highlights more than 70 departures of 10 to 97 days. 385 more words

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